THE NATIONAL
Sleep Well Beast
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE
Villains
GHALI
Album
ALGIERS
The Underside Of Power
RADIOHEAD
Ok Computer Oknotok 1997 2017
NICK CAVE & WARREN ELLIS
Wind River-O.S.T.
LEE RANALDO
Electric Trim
PETER PERRETT
How The West Was Won
GHOSTPOET
Dark Days + Canapes
LIARS
Tfcf
 
 
 
 
  PIERO UMILIANI E LA SUA ORCHESTRA
 
 
Fischiando In Beat
Catalogue #: SCEB932LP+CD
Date: 12-04-2015
Genre: Jazz
Label: SCHEMA REARWARD
1 LP + 1 CD

€ 22.50
   
 
   
  Tracklist
    SIDE A  
  1 La strada del sole  
  2 Ti piace New-York?  
  3 Samba Mah-nà  
  4 Sono un nostalgico  
  5 Sono un nostalgico  
  6 Go, go, go  
    SIDE B  
  1 Fischiando in beat  
  2 Il motivetto delle 10.30  
  3 Corro da te  
  4 Autostop per Rio  
  5 Yes OK  
  6 Marranzano boogie  
 
  Review
   
  Due to a perhaps too buoyant and unfitting title and to a ridicolously limited distribution (even at the time of its original release), “Fischiando in beat” (Whistling in beat) has often been ignored despite being one of the most entertaining works signed by Piero Umiliani (here accompanied by his orchestra). Originally released in 1969, “Fischiando in beat” presents twelve gems of instrumental beat music, fabulous specimen of that music genre often labelled with the much-abused term ‘lounge’ – or ‘easy listening’, if you prefer. Forget about the experimental “Synthi Time” (to name another Umiliani classic recently reissued by Schema Records) and abandon any intellectual ambitions: here you can only breathe an incredible desire for fun and dream of the late 60s, Rome and its exclusive cocktail party. This LP’s moods are easier to understand just by reading the track titles: starting with the classic beat of the title-track and “Il motivetto delle 10:30” (The 10.30am tune) followed by the brazilian joints “Highway to Rio” and “Samba mah nà” (a sort of alternative version of his most known composition, the world famous “Mah-nà Mah-nà”); the trip goes on with the sicilian flavoured “Marranzano boogie” and then touches the US with “Ti piace New York?”
(Do you like New York?), another track that swings just right. It all ends to a tribute to Japan
with “Tokyo Blues”, anticipating the final “Go, go, go”, almost a jazz standard and perhaps an
homage to Umiliani’s past, who had cut his teeth with this genre at the beginning of his career
(and not only). The only mellow moment comes with “Sono nostalgico” (I’m nostalgic), a sad
and smoky ballad, a tear-inducing moment.
   
 
 
   
NIGHT TRAINS
Love Sick 1987 - 2017
MAURO OTTOLINI E ORCHESTRA FILARMONICA
Come ti vedono gli altri
MARIANO DEIDDA
Pessoa sulla strada del jazz
GISELA JOAO
Nua
JULIO RESENDE
Amália Por Julio Resende
JOE BARBIERI
Origami
VV. AA.
Rare Mod
LO GRECO BROS
Different Standards
FABIO JEGHER E DOUG WEBB QUARTET
Ileana
ACCORDO DEI CONTRARI
Violato Intatto
   
 
 
   
   
ALMA SWING FEATURING FRANCO CERRI
Gipsy Wanderlust (Hot Jazz Around the World)
BIFUNK BRASS BAND
On the funky side of the street
 
       
Self Distribuzione accetta i seguenti pagamenti:
Visa Visa Electron CartaSi MasterCard PostePay
  SIAE
Aut. SIAE n. 858/I/07-977
       
Self Distribuzione S.r.l. unipersonale - Sede legale: Via Gianfranco Malipiero, 14 - 20138 Milano (MI) - P.iva 11628670157 - Cap. Soc. € 516.000,00 int. versato
Codice Fiscale e registro imprese di Milano: 11628670157 - R.E.A. C/O C.C.I.A.A. Di Milano 1481963 - Tel. 02-509011

Le vendite e le spedizioni sono operate dalla:
Futurecords S.r.l. - Sede legale: Via Gianfranco Malipiero, 14 - 20138 Milano (MI) - P.iva 02732070160 - Cap. Soc. € 10.400,00 int. versato
Codice Fiscale e registro imprese di Milano : 01610560185 - R.E.A. C/O C.C.I.A.A. Di Milano 171502 - Tel. 02-50901234